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Black Water Vampire


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  • Actors: Bill Oberst Jr., Danielle Lozeau, Andrea Monier, Anthony Fanelli, Robin Steffen
  • Directors: Evan Tramel
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: January 21, 2014
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FMGPWX2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #209,484 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

A group of young documentary filmmakers set off to uncover the true story behind the Black Water murders, a series of brutal killings where women were found dumped in the woods, savagely slain, with their mutilated bodies completely drained of blood. In an attempt to exonerate the man accused of the crimes, they journey into the wilderness where the deaths occurred and find themselves face to face with a form of evil they could have never imagined. What began as a mission to save a wrongly convicted man turns into a battle for their own lives.

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Don't read further unless you want the movie ruined for you.
NateMonroe
Really strong acting, some really great scares and the music is really intense!
jpalma10
Remember the part where the kids in Blair Witch didn't have cell phones or GPS?
Bureau

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Renee Blue on February 11, 2014
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OK, so ya got me. A cheesy joke but I couldn't resist. The found footage medium was very well done. It was almost like it wasn't in the production sense. You got a bird's eye view, not the POV of whoever was holding the camera. In time, I don't think I will remember this as a 'found footage film' because its execution is quite different from what those typically look like. The production values were very good. And the vampire was cool! I really liked the look. I also appreciate the "Racing With the Devil" angle. I won't spoil it by spelling it out. The acting was fine. Nothing really to complain about. A very good way to spend the time. This Horror Junkie gives it an A.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By jm on January 21, 2014
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personally, theres so many found footage these days that its gotten really annoying, but every now and then one comes out that is actually entertaining, I personally found this 1 to be descent, I enjoyed it more then the devils due, but found para. normal marked ones to be better, if your looking for great effects look elsewhere, but if you can handle the found footage genre then yes this 1 is worth the watch.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By The Wiz on January 29, 2014
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Basically, it's Blair Witch except with vampires instead of witches (or vengeful pagans or whatever the heck they were) but don't be quick to dismiss it just because it engages in some creative borrowing (okay... maybe blatant plagiarism).

Danielle Mason (Danielle Lozeau) is leading a personal investigation into a series of unsolved murders, which all occurred in the spooky Black Water Forest and all on the Winter Solstice, with the intent of proving/disproving the guilt of the alleged murderer currently on death-row. Interviews lead to forest trekking, leading to cabin in the woods.... disapearances.... horror etc.

Danielle and the other girl team-member Andrea seem to have all the brains and the guts leaving the cynical geeky soundman to be distractingly annoying right out of the gate and then the cameraman with an attitude.... well let's just say he gets what's coming; there's also an excellent supporting cast playing the townsfolk and not to mention the murderous inmate himself who really takes it to another level. Unfortunately the dialogue devolves into typical reality show fussing and cussing fairly quickly which someday somebody's gonna figure out doesn't lend a feel of "reality" at all but rather emphasizes the whiny, over-privileged nature of people that apparently take on these sort of quasi-documentary projects.

Amidst a sea of FF films (usually cheaply made and forgettable) BWV is a rare gem due to noticeably above-average production values including surprisingly convincing FX as well as a relatively high creepy factor (if maybe the ending felt a little 80's). :o)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NateMonroe on January 28, 2014
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My review with contain spoilers. Don't read further unless you want the movie ruined for you.

The movie follows the Blair Witch plot a little too close for comfort. There are tales of murder, of cabins in the woods, remote town, strange symbols on the trees, fighting hikers, confession" video, lost map, etc.

The lead character is really annoying. Her acting is bad.

There are plot holes galore. One of the glaring ones is the lead is raped by the vampire. The next night she has the baby. Yep, it grew quick! But at the end of the film, they are giving the baby a one year old birthday party...and it's still an infant. The rate it grew in a day does not match the size of the baby at one year.

There were four young women murdered on December 21 over the past 40 years. One a year. But in this film, three people get murdered in one night.

Its supposed to be 18 degrees in winter. But they are spending 24 hours a day without hats or gloves and no sleeping bags.

I recommend you pass on this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bureau on March 6, 2014
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Does Black Water Vampire borrow from more successful horror movies? I wouldn't call it 'borrowing.' Lots of good films borrow. Troll Hunter borrowed from the Blair Witch Project, which in turn borrowed from Cannibal Holocaust. While these films were obviously influenced by other films, none of them outright plagiarized, which is more what this felt like. I suspect they simply took the Blair Witch script and rewrote it, careful to change just enough to avoid copyright infringement. While this was enough to placate the legal system, I feel that if this script were turned into a high school drama course, the writer would be called out on academic dishonesty.

Did it stop there? Oh no. They also threw in rubbery bat-men from Coppola's Dracula (and a dozen other films at this point,) and tacked on a spooky homage to "Freddy's Coming for You" because hey, it's not like we want any semblance of realism in a lost tapes movie. Still, Blair Witch was obviously the main focus of this opus.

This is sad, really, as if there's one thing they should have borrowed from Blair Witch, it would have been its genuinely creepy, gritty atmosphere. Black Water Vampire came across as too polished. You could tell that the lighting was staged, the sound had been edited (and a very obtrusive soundbite of an owl hooting foleyed into almost every night scene, because hey, owls are SPOOOOKY,) that the characters had proper camera harnesses to reduce the kinetosis-inducing shake common to the lost tape genre, and that when the director wanted you to see the monsters he paid good money for, the harnesses are ditched for a proper tripod. This combined to nullify any suspension of disbelief this movie had going for it.
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